Benazir murder case: Permanent warrants issued against Musharraf

FIA files application in court requesting for confiscation of Musharraf's property.


Express June 11, 2011

RAWALPINDI: The Rawalpindi Anti-Terrorism court issued permanent warrants against former President Pervez Musharraf on Saturday while hearing the murder case of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

An application was filed in the court by the Federal Investigative Agency (FIA) to issue a permanent warrant for Musharraf, which also requests for the confiscation of his property.

The court asked for all details of the property, and adjourned the next hearing of the case till June 25.

The court had earlier issued three non-bailable arrest warrants for Musharraf and declared him a proclaimed offender. He is thought to be a key witness and an enabler of the plot to kill Benzair Bhutto.

Meanwhile, the Director General of FIA Malik Muhammad Iqbal was also summoned in the court, who apologised for contempt of court in earlier hearings of the same case and assured that all judicial directives are being followed.

The court withdrew the contempt of court notices against him after his apologies.

COMMENTS (7)

sam | 10 years ago | Reply MUSHARRAF IS OUR ONLY HOPE... we need him to clear the ruling partys and judiciaries mess up.... so STOP with the false allegations!!!!!!!!
Sultan Ahmed | 10 years ago | Reply Yesterday.............................he was president of Pakistan and ruling over the entire country. Today ..................................he is a proclaimed offender surrendered by walls of other state. Always fear from Allah Almighty,He can change anything any time because He is superior than every thing,entire universe including sun and stars. History has lesson in its pages,we should learn more and more from it. many came and gone but all the things are still stand its own place. Notwithstanding the fact that the day would come when every thing removed and constituted a court,decisions would be taken and justice done all the matters.
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